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This is the reason that Tom and I make crazy vintage recipes. Because everyone once in a while, a horrible, disgusting-looking recipe will be made. And it will turn out well. Like this one: Deviled String Beans and Tuna, which was submitted by Amy. Congratulations, Amy on sending in Tom’s favorite! Ahhh…American Home Kitchens. You never let us down! Amy writes: Hi! I’ve...

This is my absolutely favorite gingerbread recipe! Perfect results, every time! From The Calumet Book of Oven Triumphs, 1934 Like this:Like Loading......

This week we have a fun Mid-Century Menu for you! We are cooking out of Better Living Thru Good Cooking with Prudential Wares, published in 1953. For those of you who are in the dark about Prudential Wares (like I was), it was a cookware company that made mostly pots and pans. Prudential Wares was eventually purchased by ECKO, which went out of business in 2000. Prudential...

What can I say?  Sometimes the Mid-Century Menu is just good, clean fun. Well, most of the time it’s not good or clean (teats!). But heck, it’s always...

Ah!  So many choices!  With over 40 Mid-Century Menus to choose from, Tom and I had a tough time deciding what was the best and worst of this year. ...

Welcome to this week’s Mid-Century Menu! For those of you who don’t know, this is my favorite feature on the blog, the one where I get to cook...

Hello everyone!  Welcome to this week’s Mid-Century Menu, where I pick a recipe from my vast array of vintage cookbooks and make it for dinner,...

Amazing! Low Cost! Frightening! Welcome to the Mid-Century Menu where every week blah blah blah vintage cookbooks, blah blah blah interesting recipes,...

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